Design, Build, Rehab & Additions, Community Builds, Public Art & Backyard Projects
If your city has an aging park, we can assess how to add/change elements to make it fresh for a new generation of users.
Our designs are innovative, balanced, and engaging for all styles and levels of skateboarding. We utilize building techniques that ensure long-lasting parks with low long-term maintenance.
Each park should become a unique communtiy footprint that is not only a skatepark, but a piece of public art that engages the community throughout the design and build.
Meet Ron Salvesen, the City Administrator for Hyrum, Utah. He has a few words to share about the recent (very) successful collaboration between Hyrum and Hunger Skateparks. As a part of our new series – we plan to introduce some of the key people that we work with to make Skatepark dreams reality. In their […]
Meet Zach Shepherd and Dave Smellie, the main skate park advocates for our newest and biggest park yet in Hyrum, Utah. Zach is the owner of Directive Skate Shop (https://www.directiveboardshop.com) and Dave is a design professor at Utah State in Logan, Utah. We first met Zach and Dave when we were interviewed for the job, […]
“The Juxtaposition Skateable Art Plaza was designed in collaboration with the Juxtaposition youth design apprentices, staff architects and City of Skate members. Hunger Skateparks was the perfect build partner to make our vision an amazing community space and skateboarding perfection. The Juxtaposition Skateable Plaza has become a successful active, community space valued by youth, parents, businesses, and community members because of the fine work of Hunger Skateparks.”Paul Forsline, President City of Skate, Minneapolis, MN
“Not only does this park skate good for users on all levels, it looks amazing too, and it is more than obvious to anyone, that the park was built with love for skateboarding and the aspect of building skate-terrain. So many neat details are included that you rarely see in todays skateparks, and Bart Smith is responsible for it all. His analytical skills, his artistic sense and approach, and his outstanding work-ethics are far superior to anyone I’ve ever seen.”Jesper Andreasen, School of Skørping, Denmark
“They (Hunger) were happy to hold multiple meetings in order to gather ideas and encourage overall project involvement. Design was completed in approximately 6 weeks. Hunger Skateparks also furnished a sample design of similar square footage to use for Henry County Food and Beverage Grant 2016, which the City of New Castle-Park Board was awarded $275,000.00.”Patty Broyles, City of New Castle, IN Park Board President